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Cheap Flights to Kelowna

Kelowna, the third largest city in British Columbia and 22nd in size in the whole of Canada, is a nice reprieve from the urban jungles of some of the country’s other major metropolises. Much more than skyscrapers and concrete, this small city of around 200,000 people is a window to a number of British Columbia’s most exciting natural landmarks and experiences. First and foremost, the city itself is located on the shores of the expansive Okanagan Lake, and it is also situated close to several waterfalls and canyons in the region’s temperate forest ecosystem.

Kelowna embraces these gifts from nature, and many of its attractions make use of them. Perhaps most notably, the city is famous as the birthplace of British Columbia’s winemaking scene, and plenty of winery tours are available to one of the over 30 vineyards in the Okanagan Valley. These vineyards are located along five separate wine trails, making day or weekend trips to a few of them simple and convenient. For more family-oriented fun, Kelowna offers a number of other outdoor destinations, including orchards, farms, and even a bee apiary and a jam factory. Kids can enjoy petting different farm animals, picking their own apples or berries, and learning what life is like out in the country.

Fortunately, reaching Kelowna and its surrounding countryside is easy, thanks to the full-service Kelowna Airport, which hosted around 1.6 million passengers in 2015. The airport has a single runway, which serves about 38 flights daily. Kelowna has regular routes year-round to regional Canadian destinations as well as Seattle. In the summer, traffic increases to accommodate flights to Mexico, the Caribbean, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. Located 14 kilometers north of downtown Kelowna, the airport is easily accessible by bus or rental car. Convenient parking options, including curbside parking and valet service, are available at the terminal.

The Kelowna Airport offers passengers a host of homey features to enjoy while in transit. The city’s art gallery has a small exhibition of local artists’ work right inside the terminal, and a number of historical displays offer information about the Okanagan Valley’s unique past. As an added bonus, one of the airport’s shops is home to the new Farm to Flight program, in which seasonal fruits are sold as souvenirs in convenient flight-friendly packaging. All the produce in the program is grown by one of twelve local growers from Kelowna’s surrounding area.

Kelowna is a wonderful destination for year-round fun. Summer is the time to enjoy local agrotourism, but the Okanagan Valley also has winter attractions, including several downhill ski resorts, many of which can be reached by shuttle buses directly from the airport.

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